Next thing you know you’ll be complaining that “ladies and gentlemen” offends you at the start of a show.
This sentence bugs the heck out of me. What the hell is the problem with acknowledging that people are diverse? It’s not like they’re not. Why sweep that under the rug because it makes you uncomfortable? Is it being done in some derogatory fashion?
What are you talking about?
You will have to forgive me. I am in my mid 30’s and basically about as in the loop as your typical dad. I have no idea what you kids are listening to these days for instance but I don’t get why you seem to be so upset.
No…ladies and gentlemen is a proper term. You must use the term eboys and egirls if you were offended by upsetness over it.
I’ll tell you why it’s a problem. It’s dividing males and females as gamers instead of acknowledging them as just “gamers” as a whole. You start separating them there, and it just makes the problem worse for people who play, mostly girls. Common sense actually. See, you being in your mid 30’s might not see the issue here since clearly, you have a hard time understanding that the culture of gaming should not revolve around a term of “lul egirlz” or vice versa.
I am bothered moreso because most girls are already harassed for being a chick for going on mic playing a game and now making the term “egirl” isn’t helping and “eboy” as a thing is just sad. Whether it’s a meme, a troll or not, I heard it being used on comp and it’s as pathetic as Fortnite dances. It’s just constant division here. Don’t know why the term “gamer” can’t be a thing.
I would say yes and no, but most do find it a slur since most women say they hate the term and find it dumb. They feel it’s derogatory since it’s a way of saying “girl gamer lulz” in that sort of manner and still not referring to them as a gamer. I find it dumb. Now, some girls are starting to retaliate by calling guy gamers “Eboys” …